Definition of Irritableness

1. n. Irritability.



Definition of Irritableness

1. [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irritableness

irrigators
irriguous
irrisible
irrision
irrisions
irrisory
irritabilities
irritability
irritable
irritable bowel disease
irritable bowel syndrome
irritable breast
irritable colon
irritable heart
irritable mood
irritableness (current term)
irritablenesses
irritably
irritainment
irritancies
irritancy
irritant
irritant contact dermatitis
irritant eczema
irritants
irritate
irritated
irritates
irritating
irritatingly

Literary usage of Irritableness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The English Illustrated Magazine (1904)
"There should be a special prayer in the Litany for all sensitive persons : to know what lies at the root of their manifestations of temper and irritableness ..."

2. The Silver Lining by John Henry Jowett (1907)
"When our bodies are tired out, and the nervous force is almost spent, and we feel ourselves wearied and "down," what a hotbed is provided for irritableness, ..."

3. Studies for Personal Workers by Howard Agnew Johnston (1903)
"The lack of this betrays weakness always, a weakness apparent in irritableness which is hasty in its manifestation. True self-mastery means a temperance in ..."

4. Plymouth Pulpit: A Weekly Publication of Sermons Preached by Henry Ward Beecher by Henry Ward Beecher (1871)
"You sacrifice a thousand times more graces of the spirit by irritableness which comes as the result of over-exertion and inordinate activity, ..."

5. Conscious Motherhood: Or, The Earliest Unfolding of the Child in the Cradle by Emma Marwedel, William Preyer (1889)
"Therefore, in spite of what had been gained by the central cerebral and spinal activity, irritableness is lost by the power of peripheral sensitiveness, ..."

6. The English Illustrated Magazine (1904)
"There should be a special prayer in the Litany for all sensitive persons : to know what lies at the root of their manifestations of temper and irritableness ..."

7. The Silver Lining by John Henry Jowett (1907)
"When our bodies are tired out, and the nervous force is almost spent, and we feel ourselves wearied and "down," what a hotbed is provided for irritableness, ..."

8. Studies for Personal Workers by Howard Agnew Johnston (1903)
"The lack of this betrays weakness always, a weakness apparent in irritableness which is hasty in its manifestation. True self-mastery means a temperance in ..."

9. Plymouth Pulpit: A Weekly Publication of Sermons Preached by Henry Ward Beecher by Henry Ward Beecher (1871)
"You sacrifice a thousand times more graces of the spirit by irritableness which comes as the result of over-exertion and inordinate activity, ..."

10. Conscious Motherhood: Or, The Earliest Unfolding of the Child in the Cradle by Emma Marwedel, William Preyer (1889)
"Therefore, in spite of what had been gained by the central cerebral and spinal activity, irritableness is lost by the power of peripheral sensitiveness, ..."

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